Victimisation at work
If you are victimised at work because you made a complaint about discrimination or harassment (internally or to the Equal Opportunity Commission), or because you helped someone else make a complaint, you can lodge a complaint under the South Australian Equal Opportunity Act.
If you feel you are being victimised, or treated unfairly, because of your
- association with a child
- caring responsibilities
- chosen gender
- marital or domestic partnership status
- religious appearance or dress (in work or study)
- spouse or partner's identity
then it could be discrimination. Contact us for advice.
If you feel you are being victimised for another reason, contact SafeWork SA or your union for advice.
You can only lodge a complaint after you have been victimised, not in anticipation of being victimised.
Last updated on 28 June, 2011 - 15:14.
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